Fellows by Category
Spreading a new model to treat complex chronic diseases in rural and underserved areas by connecting urban healthcare specialists with rural providers through communication technology.
Pursuing social justice in health and development for young children and changing the nature of professionalism for children’s doctors through increasing their civic engagement beyond clinical practice walls.
Improving patients’ lives quickly and safely by targeting small research investments to repurpose existing FDA-approved pharmaceuticals, treatments, and medical devices.
Gary Cohen has assembled an international coalition that is transforming the global health sector by reducing health industry practices that harm the environment and contribute to disease.
Working with private insurers like corporations and workers’ unions, Rushika Fernandopulle has designed a new model of primary care delivery that challenges the core assumptions of U.S. health care and produces better health outcomes at lower cost.
Stephen Friend is transforming the culture and practice of biomedical research to align with and support health outcomes.
Enabling developing countries to produce, distribute, and service high-quality, affordable health care products; now launching an effort to manufacture and distribute top-of-the-line, cost effective, cosmetically acceptable, and locally maintainable hearing aids.
Creating the first nonprofit pharmaceutical company in the U.S. in order to develop safe, effective and affordable drugs to treat neglected diseases that afflict largely rural and poor populations in the developing world.
Recreating pregnancy to improve birth outcomes for women of color in America by giving them the extended family and community support that only a “sisterfriend” can provide.
Starting in Pakistan, Asher Hasan is providing quality, private health insurance to low-income workers in the emerging economies through an approach that distributes cost and social responsibility among several stakeholders affiliated with low-income beneficiaries.
Kevin, who has been in remission for ten years, is building the infrastructure for a chronic care model of addiction recovery that engages communities and employers alike, breaks down silos between the two, and de-stigmatizes this age-old disease.